Appointed by global giant Arcadis to work on their prestigious residential and educational projects

Our relationship with Arcadis first started back in 2010 working on a commercial project known as Tower Works. Since then we have successfully developed our association with them to include high profile residential and education projects.

In June 2015 we started on the Hortensia Road Scheme known as ‘The Hortensia’, which is situated in Chelsea and is set in a prominent corner just off London’s Kings Road. The development is a high-quality and vibrant residential building.

In July 2016, we were asked to provide M&E inspection services on Project Capella, a new biomedical laboratory building facilitating high-level research for the University of Cambridge and which is scheduled to complete mid-2018. The project is located at the heart of Europe’s leading biotechnology cluster and combines world-class biomedical research, patient care and education.

On another of the University’s projects Project Gemma – a new research building, we are supplying M&E Clerk of Works. This project is managed by the University and funded by the Wellcome, and the Evelyn Trust and includes a new research Endoscopy suite and extended Clinical Research Facilities.

‘We are very pleased to be involved in these two technically complex and high-profile projects for the University working on behalf of our client Arcadis. We have worked with many leading universities and are delighted to provide our expertise to both Project Capella and Project Gemma’.
– Managing Director Tony Mobbs

‘Peter Bradwell’s performance in his role as M&E Supervisor/Clerk of Works has been very good, he has inspected the works with professional diligence and reported, liaised and communicated very well with the wider project team from a defect/snag and operational perspective.’
– Arcadis Senior Project Manager Ben Small

Other Arcadis projects include: Severn Trent Centre Retail and Skelmersdale Northway College both in 2011 and Northumberland Park Redevelopment in 2012.